diversity in business

Mary Ellen Iskenderian, CEO Of Women’s World Banking, On The Future Of Impact Investing│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine – Women in Business Article

Talk about a career change: Dominique Reighard-Brooks started on “America’s Next Top Model.” Today, she co-owns E.E. Ward, the oldest black-owned business in America. Dominique Reighard-Brooks is a mover, in every sense of the word. She is presently the co-owner of award-winning moving company E.E. Ward, which is also America’s oldest black-owned business. But her career began with a lengthy run on the popular reality show competition “America’s Next Top Model,” and soared when she graced the pages of publications like…

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Athleta CEO Nancy Green On Building A Leading B Corp – Women in Business Article

A lot of companies self-identify as purpose-driven, especially these days in their quest to engage and retain millennials, women, and all the other humans who are evolutionarily driven to do work that contributes to positive change. But as critics have started pointing out (read this one in Fast Company or watch this summary of Winners Take All author Anand Giridharadas’s critique), a lot of these corporate purpose statements come from marketing or branding firms that are charged with creating a rallying cry for their clients and…

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These companies are making sure more women get promoted to management│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine – Women in Business Article

Talk about a career change: Dominique Reighard-Brooks started on “America’s Next Top Model.” Today, she co-owns E.E. Ward, the oldest black-owned business in America. Dominique Reighard-Brooks is a mover, in every sense of the word. She is presently the co-owner of award-winning moving company E.E. Ward, which is also America’s oldest black-owned business. But her career began with a lengthy run on the popular reality show competition “America’s Next Top Model,” and soared when she graced the pages of publications like…

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This Latina Started A Studio With Her Family And Became One Of NYC’s Top Trainers In The Process│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine – Women in Business Article

Talk about a career change: Dominique Reighard-Brooks started on “America’s Next Top Model.” Today, she co-owns E.E. Ward, the oldest black-owned business in America. Dominique Reighard-Brooks is a mover, in every sense of the word. She is presently the co-owner of award-winning moving company E.E. Ward, which is also America’s oldest black-owned business. But her career began with a lengthy run on the popular reality show competition “America’s Next Top Model,” and soared when she graced the pages of publications like…

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How This 24-Year-Old Former NYSE Equity Trader Made History│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine – Women in Business Article

Talk about a career change: Dominique Reighard-Brooks started on “America’s Next Top Model.” Today, she co-owns E.E. Ward, the oldest black-owned business in America. Dominique Reighard-Brooks is a mover, in every sense of the word. She is presently the co-owner of award-winning moving company E.E. Ward, which is also America’s oldest black-owned business. But her career began with a lengthy run on the popular reality show competition “America’s Next Top Model,” and soared when she graced the pages of publications like…

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Visa’s CMO and CCO Lynne Biggar never, ever checks a bag│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine – Wonen in Business Article

CNN Digital has more women in leadership and on staff than ever, and their perspective is changing video storytelling. “The best ideas come from people who don’t think like everybody else,” says Wendy Brundige, vice president of global video for CNN Digital. “So, it’s been really important to me to build a team of people who represent different kinds of backgrounds, who’ve had different kinds of experiences.” It’s a sentiment echoed by four other women in leadership at the network…

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How Knowing Her Worth Is Helping This CEO Build A Latinx Lifestyle Brand│Professional WOMAN’s Magazine – Women in Business Article

CNN Digital has more women in leadership and on staff than ever, and their perspective is changing video storytelling. “The best ideas come from people who don’t think like everybody else,” says Wendy Brundige, vice president of global video for CNN Digital. “So, it’s been really important to me to build a team of people who represent different kinds of backgrounds, who’ve had different kinds of experiences.” It’s a sentiment echoed by four other women in leadership at the network…

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